Training Playlists

Understanding Trauma & Resilience

These offerings will build upon your knowledge of trauma informed care and resilience to support more inclusive and responsive programs and practices. 

Trauma Informed Care 101**

May 25, 2016
There is growing awareness that trauma is pervasive and that the impact of trauma is often deep and life- shaping. This impact extends to a client’s understanding of, and interactions with, their own health care needs. Violence and trauma are often at the center of a client’s medical concerns, m...

Resilience Informed Service Environments (RISE): Infusing programs and practice with resilience-based approaches**

January 17, 2018
According to the APA, “Resilience is the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or significant sources of stress.”  Resilience is a critically important concept with implications for programs that provide services to people across the developmental spectrum...

Neurobiology & Resilience

October 11, 2018
Trauma informed care requires a thorough understanding of resilience.  Just as the trauma informed care movement has grown parallel to research on the human stress response, a third area of research is also beginning to increase: the neurobiology of resilience.  In this brief webinar we will prov...

The Trauma Informed Social Worker

March 28, 2019
There is an increasing understanding that trauma is pervasive and impacts many people across and within various communities. Social workers, in a variety of settings, often interact with clients who have a history of trauma. When aware of the complexity and the effects of trauma on presenting proble...

Screening for Trauma in a Trauma-Informed and Bias Reducing Way in Children’s Mental Health Services

March 30, 2020
The goal of trauma-informed screening is to create a safe space to talk about trauma and toxic stress while simultaneously avoiding re-traumatizing children or their parent/caregivers. In this webinar, Dr. Crawford discusses conducting trauma screening in children’s mental health along with her me...

An Introduction to the ACES Study

February 14, 2019
Since the Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs) study was published in the late 1990s, demonstrating that an increase in ACEs leads to an increase in one’s risk of various health and social issues, it has become the corner stone of the Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) movement. There are plenty of videos, art...

Foundations of Trauma Informed Care Self-Learning Program

December 10, 2019
The Foundations of Trauma Informed Care Self-Learning Program intended to provide an on-boarding and training tool that contains basic and universal information about Trauma Informed Care (TIC) that can be used across human service sectors (e.g. health, behavioral health, child welfare, and social s...

Conversations with Dr. Tony: What Are Polyvagal Practices and Why Are They Important?

March 11, 2021
The behavioral healthcare system has embraced the importance of understanding the role of adversity, trauma and resilience on one’s overall health and wellbeing. Much of the information about trauma and resilience has focused on the psychological, behavioral and physical health consequences of tra...
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